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Kenwood TK-5310G Help

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codymw623

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Hi,

I am looking for some help or advice on what to do with a problem I am currently having with a Kenwood TK-5310G UHF portable radio. I decided today to look at the test mode for the radio and clicked on the Battery Warning Level. Well i clicked on transmit and now it is flashing that i have a dead battery, when in fact i have 3 perfectly charged batteries. Each battery shows a blinking red light followed by the blinking battery icon. Is there a way to restore this or a way to reset the radio. I tried writing a different code plug to the radio to see if that would work, but it didn't. Can someone help me with this..

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Cody
 

codymw623

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I figured the battery part out. I just cannot figure the tuning part. I wrote a different code plug to the radio. All I get more is a solid green light with the signal strength indicator. It is like the squelch is to low on one of the tuning parts. How can I fix that.

Hi,

I am looking for some help or advice on what to do with a problem I am currently having with a Kenwood TK-5310G UHF portable radio. I decided today to look at the test mode for the radio and clicked on the Battery Warning Level. Well i clicked on transmit and now it is flashing that i have a dead battery, when in fact i have 3 perfectly charged batteries. Each battery shows a blinking red light followed by the blinking battery icon. Is there a way to restore this or a way to reset the radio. I tried writing a different code plug to the radio to see if that would work, but it didn't. Can someone help me with this..

Thanks
Cody
 
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